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Juvenile justice: July 2014

The latest crime and justice alerts are now available on our new catalogue at http://library.aic.gov.au.

Wherever possible, open access to full text documents are provided, but for licensing reasons, they cannot be given for most journal articles. Please contact your own library for any items that are not freely available - we are happy to help them with inter-library loans if needed.

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Books/reports

Journal articles

  • A question of family? Youth and gangs / Tara Young, Wendy Fitzgibbon and Daniel Silverstone
    Youth justice 14(2) 2014: 171-185
  • Adolescents who assault their parents : a different family profile of young offenders? / Lourdes Contreras and Carmen Cano
    Violence and victims 29(3) 2014: 393-406
  • Blurred lines : reconsidering the concept of 'diversion' in youth justice systems in Australia / Kelly M Richards
    Youth justice 14(2) 2014: 122-139
  • Gats and gashes : street culture and distinctions in the nature of violence between youth and adult offenders / Kyle A Burgason, Shaun A Thomas, Emily R Berthelot and L Chris Burkey
    Deviant behavior 35(7/9) 2014: 534-554
  • Hacking in high school : cybercrime perpetration by juveniles / Catherine D Marcum, George E Higgins, Melissa L Ricketts and Scott E Wolfe
    Deviant behavior 35(7/9) 2014: 581-591
  • Live music gigs : providing an alternative to underage drinking in Byron Bay / Nicqui Yazdi
    GrogWatch (Australian Drug Foundation). 01 Jul 2014:[5,iii] p
  • Measuring antisocial values and attitudes in justice-involved male youth : evaluating the psychometric properties of the pride in delinquency scale and the criminal sentiments scale-modified / Tracey Skilling and Geoff B Sorge
    Criminal justice and behavior 41(8) Aug 2014: 992-1007